CR Learning to Lead Spring 2021
Challenging Racism: Learning to Lead is an intense facilitation training program that provides the skills and training to facilitate any group where race or topics related to race are likely to arise. The course provides direct work on how to create safe spaces for difficult conversations in any setting. Learning to Lead is a prerequisite for those who are interested in applying to advance along Challenging Racism’s training path and become Challenging Racism facilitators.
Outcomes: The training prepares graduates of Challenging Racism: Learning to Lead to organize and facilitate informal, entry-level discussions on race, racism and privilege in their workspace and communities, with their children and families. All participants receive a national RBF certification upon completion of the training.
For experienced facilitators, the training provides skills and practice designed to move the participant’s facilitation expertise to another level.
Dates: Saturdays and Sundays June 26/27 and July 10/11, 17/18, 2021
Time: 8:30 AM to 12:30 PM
Total hours of training: 24
Admissions: June 10, 2021 is the deadline after which any pending application decisions will be made. Applicants will be accepted until the group is full.
Cost: $2,500. A deposit of $300 is required with the application. Once your submission is received you will be invoiced for the deposit.
Group size: 11 maximum
Facilitators: Tim Cotman / Shari Benites
What is included? All materials including a training notebook, readings, RBF materials and a facilitator handbook.
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